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Tax Evasion and the Shadow Economy

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  • Michael Pickhardt
  • Aloys Prinz

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Leading scholars examine recent evidence from theoretical and empirical research on tax compliance and tax evasion, and provide an in-depth analysis of underlying methods. Strategies to fight tax evasion are evaluated and the motivations behind it are explored, as are the impact and size of the shadow economy in Europe. As well as promoting a better understanding of the issues, this book intends to stimulate further debate and, in so doing, broaden the exchange of ideas and concepts.

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  • Michael Pickhardt & Aloys Prinz (ed.), 2012. "Tax Evasion and the Shadow Economy," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14580.
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    Economics and Finance;

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    • H0 - Public Economics - - General

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